7 Cavalier Card Games to Create Craziness

Friends let friends play "What's Yours Like" with friends: http://t.co/1cDEKRf4jf pic.twitter.com/YxFdqK8zVj

— LockerGnome (@LockerGnome) July 1, 2015

Don't be a smart ass… unless the card game is "Smart Ass" next time: http://t.co/97SbmJHMd6 pic.twitter.com/msylSdDxF0

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7 Playing Card Packs to Play Proudly

We've come to understand that @DianaPirillo can't play with these: http://t.co/2R25qTgIKi pic.twitter.com/OsuWps0vZL

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Astronomers can't stop staring at our cards: http://t.co/LBuqqgO7Zj pic.twitter.com/3r3uBq5Ie0

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7 Magnificent Monopoly Amusements

Play with wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey stuff: http://t.co/3iZyZCqp2O pic.twitter.com/of9tXX9piX

— LockerGnome (@LockerGnome) June 28, 2015

You're playing in our spot: http://t.co/NWtMtYzD0F pic.twitter.com/5Cpgo05jMC

— LockerGnome (@LockerGnome) June 28, 2015

It's hard enough to avoid zombies, try …continue reading

7 Star Wars Science Stuffs

Nothing screams "science fun" quite like a Force Lightning plasma ball: http://t.co/df1gbpa3jC pic.twitter.com/EW8RtCB3nI

— LockerGnome (@LockerGnome) June 25, 2015

On Mustafar, the science fair is filled with volcano projects: http://t.co/BTP7DrycP8 pic.twitter.com/t4B3wuUKio

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7 Baubles for a Baymax Bonanza

If your Flying Baymax figure is not 11" tall, it's too short: http://t.co/151eTVfAXo pic.twitter.com/YtPuXQBB8I

— LockerGnome (@LockerGnome) June 24, 2015

It's a plush Baymax that has sound effects! http://t.co/8HMD4lPEHH pic.twitter.com/vcu7L20C79

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7 Radical Rebels Receivables Recommended

If you thought Mandalorians were only male, have you met Sabine? http://t.co/LlSFFLGpi6 pic.twitter.com/nUnqpID90p

— LockerGnome (@LockerGnome) June 23, 2015

Normally, we wouldn't recommend going to bed with droids, but… http://t.co/FB5qwJOsjF pic.twitter.com/of2oKcQjbn

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7 Infinity Gauntlet Items to Interiorly Integrate

Are you looking for a bottomless glass of cold liquid? How about infinity: http://t.co/I6jUjWAfmT pic.twitter.com/osZpuCFFTk

— LockerGnome (@LockerGnome) June 19, 2015

Don't be sad if you have to wear a suit… so long as you use these, too: …continue reading

7 NES Controller Nostalgia Needs

Let's see if anybody tries to use this welcome mat as a Power Pad: http://t.co/NxnwnjDk9b pic.twitter.com/Hj0ekmGmfJ

— LockerGnome (@LockerGnome) June 17, 2015

Stop playing with your hair – just put this on: http://t.co/SsJq5bXyC3 pic.twitter.com/x9ru8vmMTv

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7 Halo Hard Haves to Hold

Are you tired of playing video games? Put together this puzzle for a while: http://t.co/bsu8ugXuzP pic.twitter.com/jO2Hmhzwqa

— LockerGnome (@LockerGnome) June 16, 2015

Eat your heart out, Han Solo: http://t.co/hNCDhC0gpj pic.twitter.com/AVV8hkKALG

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7 Classic Video Game Consoles to Crave

A three-in-one retro console to rule them all? And in your home, bind them: http://t.co/K1TeLGser9 pic.twitter.com/I5LRjxn2z1

— LockerGnome (@LockerGnome) June 15, 2015

You just want to plug & play Space Invaders? Bickety-bam: http://t.co/znPIxQd0Ol pic.twitter.com/D13rPrHsvv

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7 Domino Dandies That Have Nothing to do with Pizza

One day, The Simpsons will be done. When that happens, these dominos will keep you company: http://t.co/3MxEV32maJ pic.twitter.com/2QIjgEHPna

— LockerGnome (@LockerGnome) June 12, 2015

Hello Dominos (even for people who don't like cats, because Hello Kitty is not …continue reading

Stupid Mario Bros

Sometimes, using your head isn’t always the best solution to the problem.

The Super Mario Brothers later discovered that fist bumping blocks for currency would prove more efficacious. Their parents are still upset about the money they spent to send them to …continue reading

Indie Games 2013 Roundup: Era of the Indie Game

Like the independent film explosion of the late 1990s, we are entering the era of the indie game. Super Meatboy is the Pulp Fiction or Clerks of indie games, serving as a group of games that take more chances both with content and commentary. Here …continue reading

Tetris Magnets and the Attraction of the Game

I remember the first time I ever heard of Tetris. The television commercial (remember those?) warned me that I might become “tetrisized” with the Nintendo adaptation of the game. Yeah, right. This was the age when box art was fantastically more realistic than the actual …continue reading

An Open Letter from a Hero

I remember the beginning of this all, you know? Everything was simplistic and my Makers didn’t even give me a name. I was merely a body sent in to ascend to the top, hoist a problem up onto my shoulder, and dodge danger no matter …continue reading

Phil Fish, Fez 2, and Twitter: The Polytron Dramatron

What’s a Phil Fish? We’ll get to that. I’m sure the lot of you who come around these parts are enthusiasts of all sorts of tech hobbies and that’s, you know, what brings you to this site. You come here for information, you come to …continue reading

Tips to Help with Your Summer Steam Sale 2013 Impulses!

I don’t know if the lot of you understand what it means when I say “Steam Sale,” but if you’re heavily entrenched in the gaming community with your PC, you know just what I’m talking about. Valve’s beautiful little marketplace dubbed “Steam” …continue reading

Loot Crate Brings Subscription Boxes to Geeks and Gamers Alike

Have you heard of Loot Crate, yet? Are you too busy to go to conventions and to play dress-up as your favorite Doctor, Star Trek officer, or Stormtrooper? We all are. Trust me, there are times where I’ve wished I could just shut down my …continue reading

400 Days Continues The Walking Dead’s Story

Have you taken a venture into Telltale’s The Walking Dead first “season?” If you haven’t had the experience — it’s a heavy one and it bridges the gap between the gamer who wants a story and the folks who aren’t intense gamers but …continue reading

PlayStation Plus By Sony Deconstructed

Is PlayStation Plus worth your while? Do you find yourself straddling the lines between your economic decisions and being a video game enthusiast? We all do. Seriously, look at the costs of being into any hobby nowadays and they’re pretty nuts. LEGO bricks? LEGO sets …continue reading

Finding Creative Videos for Kids in the Internet Age

Finding creative videos for kids can seem like a real challenge for parents these days. Do you find your child watching more and more regurgitated and ADD-laced television? As a parent, I know that I seem to trust my child to a …continue reading

How I Survived Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us

The resounding reviews from Naughty Dog’s Masterpiece, The Last of Us, have had everyone wanting to sound off on the achievements the studio has made and just how raw, honest, and rich the story it told was for today. Reviews have been …continue reading

Disney’s Carousel of Progress and Modern Invention Today

It’s summertime, you guys. This is when you see families flocking to Disney properties all around the world and indulging their inner child to innocent fun with numerous attractions. As a human being obsessed with the original vision that Walt Disney projected with the opening …continue reading

Microsoft Xbox One Vs. Sony PS4 at E3 2013

Xbox One by Microsoft? PS4 by Sony? How much do you know about the two behemoths of gaming and their current fare on display at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo? Were you able to catch up on the press …continue reading

Tropes Vs. Women Vs. “Research”

I want to open this up first off with saying “calm down,” because I remember how this went the first time we talked about tropes and women and video games all in the same place. Granted, my original idea was to entitle this “DiD2: Lie …continue reading

Hulu Celebrates Summer Movie Season with Trailers!

Who doesn’t love summer movie season? I’m praying you guys do as much as I do, because part of the reason I have a Hulu subscription is the trailers. You’re talking to someone who sees everything that she possibly can get and makes it a …continue reading

Meet Joanna Gaskell from Standard Action

For those out there who are aware of the Dungeons & Dragons community and have always looked at the hit Web series The Guild and wondered why there wasn’t one for you, look no further than Standard Action, a quick-paced, witty, and earnest …continue reading

Warner Bros. Pins Rights for Dungeons & Dragons Movie: We’re Doing This Again?

I’m new to this whole Dungeons & Dragons thing and I know that may take away some of my credibility within my geek community. I suppose it’s a chance I have to take though, right? Yes, I’m new to it. Back in …continue reading

Sartre, Dungeon Defenders, and the Human Condition

Have you ever found yourself dealing with feast or famine when it comes to the company you keep or the entertainment with which you surround yourself? This weekend was a testament to that very concept to me, personally. It was an exercise in understanding who …continue reading

Tropes Vs. Women in Video Games: Let’s Get Real, Okay?

Surely, you’ve seen the video up on YouTube by Anita Sarkeesian called Tropes Vs. Women in Video Games that she fundraised on the popular Kickstarter site, yeah? You haven’t? Take some time out of your day and give this video a …continue reading